Saturday night pyrotechnics an anchor of annual festival. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Dr. Isabelle Bichindaritz of SUNY Oswego helps to advance telemedicine in Central New York. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.
Fishing equipment supplier — led by owner David Barclay — is taking the world by storm. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Par-K GM Tom Gilbo dazzles fans as an Elvis tribute artist. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Oswego's own Katie Toomey is ready to make an impression. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Hospitality project deemed beneficial to Oswego's economic development scene. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Oswego County Opportunities has implemented a new paid leave policy that provides its full- and part-time employees an annual paid leave allowance to undergo preventative cancer screenings. The policy is the first among nonprofit agencies in Oswego County. Celebrating the initiative are, from left, Carolyn Handville, coordinator of OCO’s Cancer Services Program, OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier, OCO Director of Human Resources Cindy Seeber, and OCO Benefits Manager Denise Russell. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Upscale Baldwinsville housing facility will be totally complete in 2019. For story, click on headline or photo above.
President-CEO John Trimble leads the design, construction firm as it balances people, profit and the planet. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
CEO/chairman Vincent Lobdell, left, and director of manufacturing Joe Hurd continue to set the pace in the global air purification industry. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Melissa Gibbs recently opened Salmon River Pub & Grill, the newest attraction on Pulaski's dining and lodging scene. Click on headline or photo above for the story.
Zonta Club of Oswego Announces 2009 Woman of Achievement
Jane Murphy, Executive Director of Literacy Volunteers of Oswego County, has been named as the 2009 Woman of Achievement according to Beverly Mulcahey, President of the Zonta Club of Oswego. Jane Murphy began her lifetime of service... Read More
Next Small Business Training Class to Begin in September
For those interested in expanding or starting a small business in Oswego County, the next Micro-Enterprise Program small business training class is scheduled to begin Saturday, Sept. 12 and run each Saturday until Oct. 10. The classe... Read More
Local Radio Returns to Port City
The new voice of Oswego comes not over the airwaves, but through fiber optic cable. Marv Kaminsky is on a mission to bring local radio, delivered by local personalities, back from the clutches of corporate consolidation, and has creat... Read More
MBA Program at SUNY Oswego Has New Director
Tammie Sullivan of Fulton has been appointed director of the master of business administration degree program in SUNY Oswego's School of Business.In addition to seven bachelor degree programs, Oswego's School of Business offers the MBA degree and t... Read More
Arthur P. Vercillo, M.D., Named Regional President at Excellus
Arthur P. Vercillo, M.D. was named regional president of the company’s Central New York region. Vercillo replaces James R. Reed, who was recently promoted to senior vice president of marketing and sales. Vercillo assumes his new ... Read More
CPA companies Beard Miller Company and Parente Randolph to merge
Two of the top 40 accounting and consulting firms in the United States - Parente Randolph LLC and Beard Miller Company LLP - have recently announced their intent to merge. Bmc has offices in Oswego and Syracuse, among other places. The me... Read More
Fulton Savings Bank Enters Partnership With City To Beautify Canal Landing Area
Fulton Savings Bank has recently entered a “neighborhood partnership” with the City of Fulton with the objective of making major improvements to a municipal area across from its main office in Canal Landing in Fulton. The bank is work... Read More
With record numbers of out-of-town anglers, fishing industry enjoying a renaissance
For the past number of years, Oswego County has touted its tourism appeal as an engine of economic development. An integral part of attracting tourism dollars is the fishing industry, drawing on the abundant resources provided by Lake Ontario an... Read More
Record Number of People Seeking Help at SUNY to Start a Business
An uncertain economy is bringing with it a record number of people seeking a different type of employment—self-employment, according to Larry Perras, a senior business adviser with the Small Business Development Center at SUNY Oswego.“We&... Read More
Lee Memorial Enters Final Phase
A.L. Lee Memorial’s role as an acute care hospital operation in Fulton has terminated, and the facility has been transformed into an ambulatory care center.Essential healthcare in Oswego County is now being handled strictly by Oswego Hospital. ... Read More
Oswego-based CPA Joins Forces With Burdick & Pearson
Paul W. Schneible, a certified public accountant in Oswego for 35 years, has joined forces with Burdick & Pearson, CPAs, PLLC, owned by partners Ed Burdick and Art Pearson.The business is located at 168 W. First St., Oswego.Schneible said this re... Read More
SUNY Chancellor to Visit Oswego State Campus
Dr. Nancy Zimpher, chancellor of the State University of New York, will visit SUNY Oswego on July 15 as part of her tour of the system's campuses.SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley will welcome the chancellor at a breakfast and ceremony at the... Read More
Fulton Thermal Corp. Plans to Build $12 Million Research Facility
Fulton Thermal Corp. in Pulaski is planning a $12 million expansion that will create 50 jobs.Fulton Thermal Corp., a manufacturer of commercial and industrial heat transfer equipment, is planning to build a new research and development facility near ... Read More
Bosco & Geers, Biospherix Recognized by OOC During Annual Event
Operation Oswego County recently held its 57th annual meeting at the SUNY Oswego Campus Center.Nancy Bellow, president of the OOC board of directors, welcomed more than 140 representatives of businesses, government, education, labor and other ally or... Read More
Oswego Wire to Shut Down This Summer
Oswego Wire, Inc. will be closing its doors this summer, according to published reports.The Scriba-based facility, which employs 22 people, will shut down on the heels of a wave of layoffs that took place at the plant last September.At that time, Osw... Read More
MACNY Head: Look for Signs of Economic Recovery Later This Year
There are signs that the recession is loosening its death grip.Manufacturers throughout the Central New York region have been hit hard by the recession’s merciless assault, yet are also optimistic that the economy will rebound later this year.&... Read More
SBA Lending a Hand to Area?s Small Business Sector
In conjunction with the 100th day after the signing of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, community members and representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration gathered together today at Oswego Auto Parts to highlight the benefit... Read More
Sunoco to Purchase Bankrupt NEB Plant
The gavel has fallen in the auction for the bankrupt Northeast Biofuels plant in Volney.Sunoco Inc., a world leader in oil and gas production, will pay $8.5 million to acquire the beleaguered ethanol plant at the Riverview Business Park. According to... Read More
Cornell Program Proves Resourceful to Small Businesses
An innovative program started by Cornell University seeks to aid small businesses by matching them up with university research centers. The program, named JumpStart, also provides the availability of matching funds through the New York State Foundati... Read More
Next Small Business Training Class to Begin in June
For those interested in expanding or starting a small business in Oswego County, the next Micro-enterprise Training Program small business class is scheduled to be held from 6-9:30 p.m. June 15-19, and from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 20.Classes will be... Read More
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Main concern is about matching physician with hospital, community
No. 1 priority is offering a high level of customer service
Recruiting the right physicians can take months, sometimes years, hundreds of communications and many meetings
Unlike other hospitals in the area, SUNY Upstate relies on each department to recruit its own physicians
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